Synthesis Inox: the chamber machine for food packaging
SYNTHESIS INOX is the result of technological research entirely developed by minipack®-torre, the synthesis of more than 20 years of experience that have given this machine outstanding reliability and performance.
SYNTHESIS INOX is ideal for packaging food products: pizza, sweets, bread, all in a very simple and hygienic manner.
The new forced ventilation system located at the rear of the machine allows you to maintain constant temperature, with no overheating. The absence of motors, fans and felt on the bottom of the hood guarantees simple cleaning and hygiene at the highest level.
The sealing and shrinking, offering high yield with all kinds of films, are carried out at the same time, with the setting of values which can be directly displayed on the screen. Thanks to the combination of these technological innovations, significant energy savings are achieved (up to 20%).
|Electrical power supply||V||230|
|MAX power installed||kW||3.2|
|Hourly output||p/h (pph)||300|
|Available dimensions of the sealing bars||mm||530x390|
|MAX Reel Dimensions (diameter)||mm||250|
|MAX Dimensions of the Reel Strip (width)||mm||600|
|Work surface height||mm||915|
|Machine dimensions with the lid open||mm||1280x780x h.1400|
|Machine dimensions with the lid closed||mm||1280x780x h.1180|
|Machine weight (Net/Gross)||kg||100/134|
|Carriage weight (Net/Gross)||kg||20,5/23|
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Before Minipack-torre shrink-wrapping machines, shrink-wrapping was exclusively performed with big machines and complex systems in large companies.The new packaging machine line was born in 1970, thus allowing the small or medium companies to employ shrink-wrapping